Europe

German Red Wines for your ...

Red wine in the summer is usually about as palatable as warm mayonnaise. It may even cause you to sulk in dark air conditioned room just so you can drink ...

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Reds for your Summer

The vast majority of imbibers allocate their wine drinking to winter. This statement isn’t just an assumption, it’s true. Over 90% of search traffic around the topic of wine happens ...

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The volcanic effect on wines

In Italy, there’s a connective thread that unites the Euganean Hills in Veneto to Lake Bolsena in Lazio, the Phlegrean Fields near Naples to the Sicilian Island of Pantelleria. It ...

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Which wines pair best with ...

Armed with the right information, you can create amazing wine and cheese pairings on your own. Let’s take a look at some best and classic wine and cheese pairings and ...

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History tips: the origin of ...

No. It wasn’t France. Nor was it Italy. The European wine grape, also known as vitis Vinifera, have an unexpected origin mainly for its place. Current evidence suggests that wine ...

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Following the colors of the ...

Beyond the use of artificial colorings, can red and white grapes be made into wine of other colors? We live in a colorful world. No one knows this better than ...

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Greek Wines for your summer

Greek white wine varieties that are perfect for beaches, picnics and anywhere you might arrive on a bicycle or in a canoe. These light-bodied white wines each offer their own ...

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Crémant are Champagne but from ...

There is a group of sparkling wines that will satisfy your desire for high quality bubbly. Crémant employs labor-intensive secondary bottle fermentation as does Champagne. There are a wide variety of styles ...

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Wine Academy: Brunello di Montalcino

Brunello di Montalcino is a wine made with 100% Sangiovese with Italy’s highest DOCG classification. This is the Sangiovese that most wine critics cite to be the best in all ...

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Exploring the Port Wines

Port is the most recognizable name in fortified dessert wines. Hailing from the Douro River Valley in northwest Portugal, Port was created in the 18th century by the British who ...

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